You now have the information you need to start using WPCOM.js for your web or mobile apps. I hope you've enjoyed the course. I'm Reggie Dawson, and from all of us here at Envato Tuts+, thanks for watching.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 01:52
2.Using WPCOM.js7 lessons, 29:06
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 01:03
Now that you have watched the course, you should be equipped to use WPCOM.js in your projects. This will be perfect for web projects that need some sort of back end. Instead of having to configure some sort of database, we can use the content inside of of our WordPress.com site. Although it is limited to just WordPress.com, WPCOM.js makes it even easier to manipulate the rest API. Porting a WordPress sight to a mobile app would be easy with WPCOM, especially if using a hybrid platform such as Cordova. WPCOM would also be good as the basis of a web app based on Angular. And this way you could offer a custom web interface for authors to post on your blog without having to log into the actual WordPress site. Truth be told, there are so many ways that you can use this library in your projects. I hope this course helped you to understand WPCOM.js better. Perhaps you could come up with someway to leverage your WordPress site into some sort of app that becomes the next big thing. This has been Reggie Dawson for Tutsplus and thanks for watching, Get Started with WPCOM.js.